Social Security Disability Common Terminology

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Common Terms Used When Applying for Social Security Disability

Most people who come to our office to apply for Social Security Disability have never dealt with the system before this time. The terms we use may sound foreign to them. It is our job to help our clients understand the application process and represent our clients’ best interest as we work to obtain the benefits they are entitled to receive under the Social Security Disability programs. […]

Social Security Disability Rights

Rights to Receive Social Security Disability in Florida?

What are Your Rights to Receive Social Security Disability in Florida?

Becoming disabled is frightening. You may not know how you will continue to provide for your family or how you will pay your bills. Fortunately, the government has two disability programs that provide financial support to disabled workers and disabled individuals in the United States. Below is important information you need to know about Social Security disability in Florida. […]

Social Security Disability Report

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What Can Cause My Social Security Disability Benefits to Terminate?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are intended to provide financial assistance to workers who are unable to work due to a mental health illness or a physical disability. SSDI is a permanent, lifelong disability benefit provided that you continue to meet the qualifications for being disabled as set forth by the Social Security Administration. If the SSA reviews your case, it can terminate disability benefits for several reasons. […]

Childhood SSI – Can My Child Receive Social Security Disability in Florida?

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is for individuals who are unable to earn an income due to a disability. SSI is administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). A child may qualify for childhood SSI under certain circumstances. To be eligible for SSI a child must:

    • Not be married;
    • Be under […]

Terminating Social Security Disability Benefits

What Can Cause My Social Security Disability Benefits to Terminate?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are intended to provide financial assistance to workers who are unable to work due to a mental health illness or a physical disability. SSDI is a permanent, lifelong disability benefit provided that you continue to meet the qualifications for being disabled as set forth by the Social Security Administration. If the SSA reviews your case, it can terminate disability benefits for several reasons.

Reasons for Terminating Social Security Disability Benefits

The SSA has the authority to randomly review your case to determine if you currently meet the qualifications to receive disability benefits. The SSA also reviews cases to ensure that individuals are still being treated for the disabling condition and individuals are complying with their physician’s treatment plan. If the SSA determines that your medical condition or mental health illness has improved, it may terminate your disability benefits. In some cases, the SSA may schedule an additional review depending on the circumstances of your disability. For example, if your condition is expected to improve in the future, the SSA may schedule another review in six to eighteen months. […]